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When speaking of gangs of people like vikings, should the word be capitalized? For example:

In the 8th century, the vikings sacked Lindisfarne.

In the 8th century, the vikings sacked Lindisfarne.

Should the word "vikings" be capitalized in the sentence above?

When speaking of gangs of people like vikings, should the word be capitalized? For example:

In the 8th century, the vikings sacked Lindisfarne.

Should the word "vikings" be capitalized in the sentence above?

When speaking of gangs of people like vikings, should the word be capitalized? For example:

In the 8th century, the vikings sacked Lindisfarne.

Should the word "vikings" be capitalized in the sentence above?

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Should "Vikings" be capitalized?

When speaking of gangs of people like vikings, should the word be capitalized? For example:

In the 8th century, the vikings sacked Lindisfarne.

Should the word "vikings" be capitalized in the sentence above?